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1 *ROAMpay powered by ROAM Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Setting up Service 3. Supporting ROAMpay Customers 4. Helpful Links and Contacts 5. ROAMpay User s Guide Welcome to ROAMpay powered by ROAM! This exciting application is something that will add tremendous value to your traditional merchant solutions by empowering your customers to use their new merchant accounts on the run, without having to purchase additional expensive hardware. ROAMpay is an add- on for those merchants who want to have the ability to manage their account and take payment via their compatible mobile phone. You will find a link to a compatibility list at If you have any questions about phone compatibility or how to find a phone model please visit or call support at Setting Up Service To set up service, you simply need to enter the information in the form provided at your code here] after the customer s merchant account has been processed. When this is done, the merchant will receive an activation with their Username and Temporary Password. They will follow the instructions in the e- mail to activate their myroam ( account. To use ROAMpay, your customer must first log into their myroam account, and: Accept ROAM Data s Terms and Conditions, Change their password and Accept the payment information provided The merchant should then download the application from the phones Market/App Store or via a provisioning text message that will be sent to their phone with a link to download the ROAMpay application. Until these steps are completed, your Merchant cannot use their ROAMpay account on their mobile device or PC Virtual Terminal. 1 Page

2 If there are any issues with the download or login, please call support at Supporting ROAMpay Customers There is a user s guide included in this document. Use this guide to help your customers with their ROAMpay application. For all technical ROAMpay support, including errors and reprovisionings, you may forward your customer to ROAM support by forwarding them directly, or by opening a ticket with us including the customer s contact information (name, login info, , phone) along with a description of the problem they are experiencing. For more information please contact Support at Helpful Links and Contacts Level 2 Support , option 2 2 Page

3 ROAMpay Powered by Roam User s Guide 3 Page

4 Table of Contents Table of Contents...1 Setting Up Service...1 Supporting ROAMpay Customers...2 Helpful Links and Contacts...2 Login...9 Offline Login Making a Credit Sale Entering the card information Swipe Entry of Card Data (Android & iphone) Swipe Entry of Card Data (Blackberry) Swipe Entry of Card Data (Virtual Terminal & Y- cable Adapter) Keyed Entry Entering a customer s address information Sending Receipts, Submitting the Sale Making a Cash Sale Offline Sales Void Stored Trxs Upload Stored Trxs Voids Void Transactions in Current Batch Refund Inquiry Change Password Page

5 1. Introduction The primary purpose of ROAMpay is to turn mobile phones into a payment terminal to accept credit and debit card payment transactions. The application also allows users to both void and refund transactions. To accommodate users who may not always have connectivity on their device, the application can run in online or offline modes. While in offline mode, credit and cash payment information is stored securely on the device to be uploaded later to the payment server. The user assumes the risk of a credit card decline while operating in offline mode. The ROAMpay application has 7 major functions: 1. Credit Sale 2. Cash Sale 3. Offline Sale 4. Void 5. Refund 6. Inquiry 7. Change Password 5 Page

6 2. Purpose This User s Guide describes how to use the ROAMpay application powered by Roam. It provides information and details on the functionalities, and simple steps to use each function of the ROAMpay application, and the Virtual Terminal (Desktop/Notebook version). Note: Illustrations depict the application as shown on a mobile device and Virtual Terminal but all screens and functions are the same in both platforms. 6 Page

7 3. Key Features Process all major credit and debit cards ROAMpay enables you to accept every major credit card with your mobile phone. This includes MasterCard, VISA, American Express, and Discover. Record cash and card transactions - All transactions are recorded and can be exported for better management and organization. Record customer contact details and build up customer base for targeted marketing. Offline transactions When cellular signal is not available, transactions can be stored securely and uploaded at a later time when your network is accessible. Issue receipts to customer Receipts can be sent to customers addresses when making both cash and card sales quick, effortless and professional. Completely secure transactions All payment activities are DES3 encrypted to ensure protection for you and your customers. Process and record transactions such as voids and refunds for credit and cash transactions. 7 Page

8 4. Installation Shortly after the completion of your registration for the ROAMpay application, you ll receive a welcome e- mail with your Username and Temporary Password. If you have an iphone, Android, or Verizon BREW Phone this will include an activation code. This code is necessary to activate and use the ROAMpay application after it is downloaded from the App Store/Market. For all other phones, you will receive a text message (SMS) with a link to download the ROAMpay application. You will not need an activation code. When the download is completed, the ROAMpay application in the ROAMplayer most likely will be stored in the Application folder under the Main Menu. You will need to log into myroam ( and complete the necessary steps before ROAMpay will be ready for use on your mobile phone. You will also be able to purchase accessories in the myroam portal. To find out if your phone is supported, please visit the ROAM Data Device Center ( If you are unsure of the kind of phone you have, please contact ROAM Customer Support at Page

9 5. Using the System Login Note: All users must be authenticated using a username and password before gaining access to any functionality provided by the application. Launch the ROAMplayer by selecting or double clicking it in the Application folder. The application Chooser screen will display the applications you are entitled to. Highlight and then click on Select, or double click on ROAMpay to launch the application. Note to Blackberry users: the Blackberry button is used heavily in our application. To enter data, press the Blackberry button and choose the appropriate action. Highlight the window under Username, and select or click to enter username. A full screen is displayed for Username entry. Enter the username you selected during registration. When entry is complete, select OK to return to the login screen. Navigate to the window under Password, and select or click to enter password. A full screen is displayed for Password entry. Enter the password you selected during registration. When entry is complete, select OK to return to the login screen. Select Login to enter into application. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 9 Page

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11 Offline Login When Network Service is not available, the login will time out. The application stores the username and password and allows the user to conduct offline transactions. The screen below is displayed, informing the user of this situation. Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 11 Page

12 Using the Application Main Menu The 7 major functions are: 1. Credit Sale 2. Cash Sale 3. Offline Sales 4. Void 5. Refund 6. Inquiry 7. Change Password Figure 7 Making a Credit Sale Making a credit sale allows you to authorize credit and debit card transactions using the ROAMpay application in real time via their mobile phone or the Virtual Terminal. In the Main Menu screen, select 1. Credit Sale by double clicking or highlighting and pressing the Select button. Figure 8 Figure 9 12 Page

13 v Make ROAMpay User s Guide v1.0 Enter the amount of the transaction in USD by selecting the text boxes immediately following the $. When the box has been selected, a full screen will display for data entry. Select OK when the amount of the transaction has been entered. The box to the left of the decimal point is for whole dollar values and the right is in cents. The maximum dollar amount per single transaction is $999, If the amount behind the decimal point is not entered, the system will default to 00. Select the Next button to move on to the next page. Entering the card information There are two ways to enter the credit or debit card number into the Credit Card Num field, keying it in yourself, or, if you ve purchased one of our compatible card swipe devices, you can use that. Figure 10 Figure 11 Swipe Entry of Card Data (Android & iphone) sure your ROAMpay swiper is securely plugged into your phone s 3.5mm headphone jack and that the media volume on the phone is turned to maximum. The swiper will not work unless the volume is turned to maximum. Choose Swipe. The application will tell you when it is ready to swipe by displaying a swipe card now message. Tips Swipe the card through the reader in a slow deliberate manner. Make sure the magnetic strip is facing the mag strip reader on the swipe device. Make sure volume it turned to maximum before attempting a swipe 13 Page Figure 12 Figure 13

14 To collect customer address and contact information choose address, otherwise, choose next. Swipe Entry of Card Data (Blackberry) Make sure your ROAMpay Swiper is securely plugged into your Blackberry device s 3.5 mm headphone jack and that the volume on the phone is turned to maximum. The swiper will not work unless the volume is turned to maximum Choose Swipe. The application will tell you when it is ready and to smoothly conduct your swipe. After the swipe, click the Verify Swipe button. The application with then verify the data and display it on the following screen Figure 14 Figure 15 Figure 15 Figure 16 Swipe Entry of Card Data (Virtual Terminal & Y- cable Adapter) Take the female end of the Y- cable adapter and connect it to the 3.5mm male plug on your ROAMpay Swipe. Plug the split- end of the Y- cable into your computer (red for microphone jack, green for headphone jack). Make sure the microphone and headphone volumes are turned to maximum. Log into myroam and launch the ROAMpay Virtual Terminal. Choose Swipe. The application will tell you when it s ready by displaying a swipe card now message. 14 Page

15 Keyed Entry Enter the credit or debit card number into the Credit Card Num field. Enter the expiration date of the credit or debit card in the format of month (two digits) and year (two digits) immediately after each other. Enter CVV2 number in the correct field. CVV2: Card Verification Value. The CVV2 is a 3- or 4- digit value printed on the card or signature strip, but not encoded on the magnetic strip. The number is generated when the card is issued, by hashing the card number and expiration date under a key known only to the issuing bank. Supplying this code in a transaction is intended to verify that the customer has the card in their possession. Knowledge of the code proves that the customer has seen the card, or has seen a record made by somebody who saw the card. * MasterCard, Visa, Diners Club, Discover, and JCB credit and debit cards have a 3- digit code, called the "CVC2" (card validation code), "CVV2" (card verification value), "CVV", and "CID" (card Figure 17 identification number), respectively. It is not embossed like the card number, and is always the final group of numbers printed on the back signature panel of the card. New North American MasterCard and Visa cards feature the "CVC2" in a separate panel to the right of the signature strip. [2] This has been done to prevent overwriting of the numbers by signing the card. * American Express cards have a 4- digit code printed on the front side of the card above the number, referred to as the CID (or Unique Card Code). It is printed flat, not embossed like the card number. The Card Present box is checked by default for your convenience. When a credit or debit card is not present for the transaction, uncheck the box to indicate. Select the Next button to move forward. Entering a customer s address information To facilitate entering a customer s address information, we have included an optional reverse phone lookup field. Select the text box under Enter Home Ph.# to record the customer s contact information. If the customer has a published landline for their phone number, then the ROAMpay application will automatically retrieve the home address corresponding to the phone number in the public telephone listing through the Reverse Phone Number Lookup feature. If the customer does 15 Page

16 not have a published landline, the phone number entered will be recorded in the customer database, and the address details can be filled out in the following screens. Select Next to move forward. If the address fields are auto- populated, please verify with the customer that it is correct. Adjustment can be easily made by selecting the text box to add or delete letters and numbers. Select the Continue button to move forward. If the address fields are not auto- populated through reverse phone number look up, data can be easily entered by selecting the text box and through manual entry process with the keypad on your phone. The V2T (Voice to text) feature may also be utilized to ease the data entry process. To utilize the V2T feature, a valid zip code must be entered first for automatic look up of City and State. It may take up to 10 seconds for the City and State to appear in their text box. Select the V2T button to enter your voice command. Speak your voice command into the microphone on your mobile device while holding down the V2T button. While giving the voice command, the V2T button should display REC. When your command is completed, stop holding the button, and text should appear momentarily. The wait may vary depending on the speed of your mobile carrier. Verify the text entry from your voice command, and make adjustments if necessary. The Voice to Text feature is available for multiple fields for data entry such as Customer Name, Transaction Notes in addition to the address field. Note: for Android users, please use the Voice to text function integrated into the Android OS. This can be accessed by pressing the microphone button on the Android virtual keyboard. Figure 18 Figure 19 Figure Page

17 Sending Receipts, Submitting the Sale Check the Send Receipt box if the customer would like to receive a receipt via and enter their address in the fields below. If no address is entered and the Send Receipt Box is checked, the merchant will be prompted to enter an address. The address on file for the merchant account will be copied on the receipt. The merchant will not be able to send a receipt without an address in that field. Select Submit to move forward or Back to return to the previous screen. Figure 21 If the Transaction is processed successfully, Payment approved! shall display on the next screen. If not, Payment declined! will display instead. In some very special cases, an error message may appear. The error message could indicate a time out which may mean the transaction was not completed. One simple way to confirm whether a transaction has gone through is to check the Current Batch under the Inquiry menu. The latest transaction should show at the very top of the Current Batch list. If the latest transaction is the one just processed, it means the transaction was successful. If the latest transaction isn t in the Current Batch list, then the transaction needs to be re- entered and submitted. If you are unsure or encounter other errors, please contact customer care at x 2 for assistance. Please note all fields without * are optional only, and can be skipped by selecting the Next button. If a required field (all fields indicated with *) is not filled out, the page will remain when the Next button has been selected, and the top of the screen will note the field to be filled out. 17 Page

18 Required Address Fields for Keyed Entry: Billing Zip Code, Street Number of Billing Address Ex: if the address is 2343 Main Street, 2343 is required in the Address Field. 18 Page

19 Making a Cash Sale Making a cash sale allows you to record cash transactions using the ROAMpay application in real time via their mobile phone or the Virtual Terminal. In the Main Menu screen, select 2. Cash Sale by double click or highlight and press the Select button. Figure 22 Figure 23 Enter the amount of the transaction in USD by selecting the text box immediately right of the $. When the box has been selected, a full screen will display for data entry. Select OK when the amount of the transaction has been entered. The box to the left of the decimal point is for whole dollar values, and right are in unit of cents. The maximum dollar amount per single transaction is $999, If the amount behind the decimal point is not entered, the system will default to 00. Select the Next button to move on to the next page. Enter Transaction notes using the keypad or V2T. Transaction notes is an optional field only for the merchant. Data entered into this field will display only the receipt the merchant receives if a receipt is requested by selecting the Send Receipt box. If the address is left empty, the receipt will only be delivered to the merchant. in 19 Page Figure 24

20 If customer data is not desired for a transaction, then select Next to submit the transaction. Enter the customer s phone number if data collection is desired. When a published landline number is entered, the ROAMpay application will reverse look up the address, and automatically fill out the address fields. If the customer does not have a published landline, the phone number entered will be recorded in the customer database, and the address details can be filled out in the following screens. Select Next to move forward. (see figures 15-17) Select the Collect Cust. Data box to record customer details. If the Collect Cust. Data box is not selected, the customer address entry screen will be skipped for immediate transaction submission. (see figure 17) If the address fields are auto- populated, please verify with the customer that it is correct. Adjustments can be easily made by selecting the text box to add or delete letters and numbers. Select the Continue button to move forward. If the address fields are not auto- populated through reverse phone number look up, data can be easily entered by selecting the text box and through manual entry process with the keypad on your phone. The V2T (Voice to text) feature may also be utilized to ease the data entry process. To utilize the V2T feature, a valid zip code must be entered first for automatic look up of City and State. It may take up to 10 seconds for the City and State to appear in their text box. Select the V2T button to enter your voice command. Speak your voice command into the microphone on your mobile device while holding down the V2T button. While giving the voice command, the V2T button should display REC. Once the command is completed, release the button, and text should appear momentarily. The wait may vary depending on the speed of your mobile carrier. Verify the text entry from your voice command, and make adjustments if necessary. The Voice to Text feature is available for the Customer Name field in addition to the Address field. Select Continue to move forward or Back to return to the previous screen. Note: for Android users, please use the Voice to text function integrated into the Android OS. This can be accessed by pressing the microphone button on the Android virtual keyboard. When the Transaction is processed successfully, Payment Submitted! shall display on the next screen. In some very special cases, an error message may appear. The errors message could indicate a time out which may not mean the transaction has failed. One simple way to confirm whether a transaction has gone through is to check the Current Batch under the Inquiry menu. The latest transaction should show at the very top of the Current Batch list, and if that is the transaction just processed, it means the transaction was submitted successfully. If the latest transaction isn t in the Current Batch list, then the transaction needs to be re- 20 Page

21 entered and submitted. If you are unsure or encounter other errors, please contact customer care at Ext 2 for assistance. Please note all fields without * are optional only, and can be skipped by selecting the Next button. If a required field (all fields indicated with *) is not filled out, the page will remain when the Next button has been selected, and the top of the screen will note the field to be filled out. Offline Sales Offline Sales feature allows you to store a transaction in a secure, encrypted format while Network Service is NOT available. The stored transactions can be uploaded, when Network Service becomes available. To use Offline Credit Sale and Offline Cash Sale features, follow the instructions for Credit Sale and Cash Sale. Please note network service features such as Reverse Phone Number Look Up, Zip Code Look Up, Voice to Text will not be available in Offline mode. Figure 25 Void Stored Trxs Allows the merchant to void a stored transaction before it is uploaded for processing. Select Void Stored Trxs from the Offline Sales menu. Once in Void Offline screen, select the transaction to be voided from the list of stored transactions. Select the Details button to view the transaction detail such as, Type, Amount, Notes, Name, Voided. These details should help the merchant to identify the stored transaction to be voided. Select the Back button to get back to the Void Offline screen. Select the stored transaction to be void, and Select the Void button. Void screen will be prompted with transaction details for confirmation, once the merchant confirms this is the transaction to be voided, Select the Void button to complete the process. Once a transaction has been voided, Void Offline screen will be displayed, and the voided transaction should no longer be in the list of stored transactions. 21 Page

22 Figure 26 Figure 27 Figure 28 Figure 29 Upload Stored Trxs When sales are made in offline mode, they are saved on the device itself, and need to be uploaded to the payment server. Until transactions are uploaded, they will not be processed and they will not appear in the Transaction List, in the myroam portal. Once uploaded, they will be added to the Transaction List and will become a part of the current batch. 22 Page

23 When there are stored transactions on the device, the application will try to upload these transactions at the earliest opportunity, such as the next login where Network Service is available. The merchant will be asked to upload stored transactions before entering the main menu. Voided transaction will be uploaded as well for record keeping purposes. To manually update transactions, when Network Service becomes available select Upload Stored Transactions from the Offline Sales menu. Select the Upload All button to upload transactions. Figure 30 Figure 31 Figure 32 Voids Void Transactions in Current Batch All credit and/or debit transactions that have NOT been settled (in Current Batch) can be void without incurring a fee. Current Batch is settled at 4am EST daily. All void- eligible transactions will be listed in the Void screen. Select Void from Main Menu to see all eligible transactions listed in Void Screen. Highlight the transaction, and Select Details button to view Transaction Type, Transaction ID, Transaction submission Date and Time, Transaction amount, Notes and Name of customer. Once the transaction to be voided has been identified, highlight the transaction, and select the Void button. The void confirmation screen shall display with 23 Page

24 all details as the Void button can be selected to complete the Void. If the details of the transaction are not a match to the transaction to be voided, select the Cancel button to return to the Void screen. Figure 33 Figure 34 Figure 35 Refund Allows you to refund cash, credit and/or debit payments that have already been settled. Select Refund from Main Menu. Select Credit or Cash based on the type of transaction to be refunded. To refund a credit or debit transaction, select Credit in the Refund screen. Enter the credit card number and expiration date where the refund shall be deposited. Enter the exact amount of the refund, and select the Refund button to complete the transaction. To refund a cash transaction, select Cash in the Refund screen. Enter the exact amount of the refund, and select the Refund button to complete the transaction. 24 Page

25 Figure 36 Figure 37 Inquiry In the Inquiry section under the Main Menu, the following options are shown. 1. Last 30 Days 2. Current Batch 3. Transaction Errors 4. Transactions 25 Page Figure 38

26 1. Last 30 Days: Displays all successful transactions in the past 30 days. The top of the list shows the total number and amount of transactions in the past 30 days. Then the transaction list displays transaction summary in the format of transaction type transaction amount date of transaction notes with the newest transaction at the top. When there are more transactions than one page allow, users can use the arrow buttons on top of the Back and Select buttons to flip between pages. Highlight a transaction, and use the Select button to see details of that transaction. In the Transaction Details screen, a receipt can be send to the merchant and/or the customer. Use the Back button to navigate between screens. Figure Current Batch: Displays all successful transactions in a 24 hours period between 4am EST each day. 26 Page

27 Figure Transaction Errors: Displays all erroneous transactions. Transactions that are declined, timed out, etc., will be displayed in this screen. Transactions that are transmitted successfully, but had experienced a time out issue will also be listed in this screen. Figure Page

28 4. Transactions: In the Transactions screen, the user can transactions in the last 30 days as well as the Current Batch to the default address of the account in CSV format. Figure Page

29 Change Password Select Change Password option in the Main Menu. The password needs to be minimum 5 and maximum 8 characters and can be alpha, numeric or alpha numeric. The password is also case sensitive. To change the password: Enter the current password into the box next to OLD PW. Then enter the new password into the box next to NEW PW. Repeat the same password in the box next to Confirm. Select OK button to make the change. Figure Page

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